Suzie-May Bria WJ

Blue Hors Monte Carlo x Uphill x Ferro



Suzie-May Bria WJ


Top bred filly from the well-known Bria-line!

Suzie-May Bria WJ is a very interesting dressage foal for sport and breeding. She has a nice dressage model, is correctly built, is large framed, has a large size and three above average gaits. In addition, she has a friendly and willing character.

A foal from the mare line of the approved stallions Voice (s. De Niro), OO Seven (s. Rubinstein I), Kyton (s. Ferguson) - Bart Veeze, the approved Grand Prix stallion Don Olymbrio (s. Jazz) and the Grand Prix horse Olympic Barbria (s. Doruto) - Tineke Bartels (NED)

Mother is the Elite, IBOP-dr, PROK approved mare Elbria E (s. Uphill). During her mare test she scored a whopping 8.5 for her rideability and workability.

Grandmother is the Keur, Preferent, IBOP-dr. mare Wilbria (s. Ferro). In addition to Elbria E, she also produced the Elite, IBOP-dr mares Hilbria E (s. Charmeur) and Conbria E (s. Voice). Who on her turn brought the PSG/Inter I horse Amstelstreek High Fidelity (s. Tango). She is also the dam of none other than the KWPN approved stallion Kyton (s. Ferguson). Kyton and his rider Bart Veeze won the Dutch Indoor Championship ZZ-light this year and made his debut in ZZ-heavy with a percentage of almost 75%.

Great-granddam is the Elite, Keur, Preferente, Prok mare Silbria (s. Weyden). She produced the Elite, IBOP-dr., Sport-dr., PROK approved mare C'est Bria VCG (s. Valdez), the Z2 dressage horse Fresco VCG (s. Don Schufro) and the Elite, IBOP-dr., PROK approved mare ICI Bria VCG

As a 2,5-year-old stallion, Blue Hors Monte Carlo was the trendsetter at the KWPN Stallion Selection in Den Bosch, received a lot of applause from the enthusiastic public and was rewarded as a Premium Stallion during this KWPN Stallion Selection in 2020. After that, he was partly sold to Gestüt Blue Hors in Denmark and he also became Premium Stallion at the Danish Stallion Inspection in March followed by a fantastic 14-day test in Vilhemsborg and a good breeding season. At the KWPN Performance Test he became reserve champion with a score of 87.5 points and with only 0.5 point difference with the winner.

The 14-day test in Denmark was a fierce competition. All 3-year-old young dressage stallions purchased by Andreas Helgstrand also participated. The overall winners were Blue Hors Monte Carlo and Iron.

Blue Hors Monte Carlo 14-day test results:

Interior 10

Step 9.0

Trot 9.0

Gallop 9.0

Ride 9.0

Ride test rider 8.5

Free jumping 6.0





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